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Balancing Chemical Equations

Q. When the following molecular equation is balanced using the smallest possible integer coefficients, the values of these coefficients are: ____ zinc oxide (s) + ____ water (l) → ____ zinc hydroxide (aq)

Solved • Feb 21, 2020

Balancing Chemical Equations

Q. Interpret the following equation for a chemical reaction using the coefficients given: I2(g) + Br2(g) → 2 IBr(g) On the particulate level: _____ of I2(g) reacts with ____ of Br2(g) to form ____ of IBr(g). On the molar level: ____ of I2(g) reacts with ____ of Br2(g) to form ____ of IBr(g).

Solved • Feb 21, 2020

Balancing Chemical Equations

Q. Interpret the following equation for a chemical reaction using the coefficients given: Cl2(g) + F2(g) → 2 ClF(g) On the particulate level: _____ of Cl2(g) reacts with _____ of F2(g) to form _____ of ClF(g). On the molar level; _____ of Cl2(g) reacts with _____ of F2(g) to form _____ of ClF(g).

Solved • Feb 21, 2020

Balancing Chemical Equations

Q. When the following molecular equation is balanced using the smallest possible integer coefficients, the values of these coefficients are: ____ barium chloride(aq) + ____ potassium sulfate(aq) → ____ barium sulfate(s) + ____ potassium chloride

Solved • Feb 21, 2020

Balancing Chemical Equations

Q. Write a balanced equation for the complete oxidation reaction that occurs when glucose (C6H12O6) reacts with oxygen. Use the smallest possible integer coefficients.

Solved • Feb 21, 2020

Balancing Chemical Equations

Q. Write a balanced equation for the complete oxidation reaction that occurs when ethane (C2H6) burns in air. Use the smallest possible integer coefficients.

Solved • Feb 21, 2020

Balancing Chemical Equations

Q. Consider the following unbalanced particulate representation of a chemical equation: Write a balanced chemical equation for this reaction, using the smallest integer coefficients possible. Do not include states.

Solved • Feb 21, 2020